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NEED OF ETHICAL HACKERS IN INDIA

NEED OF ETHICAL HACKERS IN INDIA Framing, the world with internet networks is quiet challenging before a decades. But, today the need for effective information security and culture of technology network practices is increasing to the extent, as reported in the media. When moving with new technologies like virtualization, IT out sourcing, cloud computing, enterprises are meeting imminent security threats. ... Read More »

Standard of the question paper raised in physics!

 By Dr.Milind C, Vice-President, Deeksha Network Students of II PU attempted a moderately easy paper in physics. An average student can score between 35-40 marks and a student can also score 70 out of 70. Though the standard of the paper was set higher compared to last years’, a student who has studied the NCERT book can score more than 70% ... Read More »

Arrow to Offer IBM Global Training in India

Amstar joins Arrow’s global training alliance to offer official IBM Systems and Software training courses in India Mumbai, March 19, 2015 – Arrow Electronics, Inc. (NYSE: ARW), today announced that Amstar Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (Amstar) recently joined Arrow’s global training alliance to offer official IBM Systems and Software training courses in India. As an authorized IBM Global Training Provider, Arrow ... Read More »

Commerce students expect to score an easy hatrick in accounts!

“It was easy and direct paper. An average student can score above 60 and few can even score a centum. The paper was mostly from the question bank published in the PU website and followed the prescribed blue print,” said, Dr. Milind C, Vice-President, Deeksha Network Rithik, student of Deeksha Network from Kolar said, “The paper was easier than we ... Read More »

Easy economics!

Yet another easy paper for commerce students as the paper was easy and direct. An average student can score above 50 easily. As it was a new syllabus, the paper was as per the question bank published in the PU board website. 80-90% was from the question bank and the paper followed the prescribed blue print,” said Dr.Milind C, Vice ... Read More »

THE DOON SCHOOL LOOKING FOR MORE BOYS FROM SOUTH INDIA TO ENRICH ITS DIVERSITY

OUR SOUTHERN BOYS DO REALLY WELL AT DOON AND WE WANT MORE OF THEM’  Dehradun, 13 March 2015:  The Doon School, one of India’s oldest boarding schools and alma mater of stalwarts like Rajiv Gandhi and Amitav Ghosh amongst many others, is delighted to announce thatthe Headmaster, Dr Peter McLaughlin will be visiting  Hyderabad on Friday 3rd April 2015.  During his visit, he will be meeting ... Read More »

Kohinoor Business School is hosting Indian Financial Markets Convention – 2015

For the markets | Of the markets | By the markets Financial markets in India: deepening through inclusivity &equivalency with global markets. This event is an attempt by Kohinoor Business School to bridge the gap between the industry and the academic community.  The event will be held on Saturday, the 14th March 2015 at 9.30 am. Indian Financial Markets Convention 2015 has ... Read More »

II PU exams kicks-off with moderate Chemistry and easy Business Studies

By Dr.Milind C, Vice-President, Deeksha Network Bangalore: II PU students breathe an easy start. While Chemistry paper was moderate and easy to score marks, Business studies turned out to be a complete easy paper. In the chemistry paper, an average student can score up to 40-45 marks and students who were performing consistently in their college exams can easily score a centum. ... Read More »

Quote on Education Sector : Somaiya Vidyavihar

Prof. Asha Bhatia, Faculty, Entrepreneurship & General Management Chairperson, Enactus Somaiya Social Cell, K.J. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research, Vidyavihar :  “In the  Indian education system, the ‘pay off ‘ comes after a long time.and it has been observed that even though a person is  educated, he is not necessarily employable.The budget talks of Skill India to coordinate with Make in ... Read More »

STUDENTS LEARN THE SCIENCE OF BIODIVERSITY AND OCEANS

Renowned professor from Paris addresses the students of TRIO world School  Bangalore, 26 February, 2015: Renowned professor and Director of National Museum of Natural History, Paris, Gilles Boeuf addressed the students of TRIO world School about the importance of biodiversity and oceans at a Lecture conducted at their campus today. Prof Gilles spoke to students of TRIO World School about biodiversity crisis, ... Read More »

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